Worldwide body & urn transfers by professionals

Transfer of deceased persons & urns to Denmark

Who are we ? & what do we do?

AIM Bestattung & Überführungen is a funeral and repatriation company with headquarters in Munich, which has been in existence for 10 years and specializes in the repatriation of bodies and urns to Denmark and all countries of the world. Thanks to our good contacts with embassies abroad, we also have the possibility of repatriating deceased persons abroad back to Germany. We work very successfully with over 900 companies worldwide and offer you complete support and processing in the event of a death that subsequently needs to be transferred to India.

Our know-how and years of experience in the field of body and urn / ashes repatriation to Denmark, you will feel very safe and well advised in our hands.

How to hire us?

You can commission us conveniently online by simply printing out our order form, filling it in and sending it to us by email to

You can also easily take a photo of the order form with your smartphone and send us a smart picture via Whats App.

What documents are required for the repatriation of the deceased or ashes in the urn to Denmark?

The following documents are required for the repatriation of the body to India

  • ID card of the deceased and the Danish identity card

  • Data (name and telephone number) of the recipient in Denmark, or the data of the accompanying person


All other documents, e.g. birth certificate for unmarried persons, marriage certificate for married persons, death certificate of the spouse for widowed persons, etc., are only required for the final death certificate and can be conveniently submitted to the relevant registry office after the transfer of the deceased.

If documents are missing, a provisional death certificate is issued by the registry office, which can be used to transfer the body to Denmark without any problems.


How much does it cost to transport a body or urn to Denmark?

The total cost of transporting a body to Denmark varies and depends on the following factors.

  • place of death (travel costs)

  • Airline freight costs (depending on the weight of the deceased)

  • Fees incurred at the hospital, registry office, cemetery, coroner's office, etc.

In order for us to be able to send you a more accurate quote for the transfer of a deceased person to Denmark, please provide us with detailed information about the death.</p


What services and fees do these costs include?

  • The doctor's or hospital's post-mortem fee

  • the collection of the deceased from the place of death and the subsequent transfer to us.</p

  • We have the option of storing the deceased in our cold storage cells.</p

  • The hygienic care of the deceased

  • Performing the necessary preservation or embalming with formalin, including optical preparation (thanatopraxy).

  • We carry out the basic hygienic care, dressing (including own clothing if desired), legal coffining.

  • Legal transfer coffin with zinc insert, which is sealed airtight. Incl. pillow and blanket

  • Administration fees and booking of the flight to Denmark


  • Issue of an international death certificate from the relevant registry office


  • the corpse passport from the public order office


  • The submission of the German funeral documents to the Danish consulate.</p


  • The Danish corpse passport


  • the handling of all formalities and trips to the authorities


  • Packing of the coffin with stretch film in accordance with Intern. regulations


  • The transfer to the airport


  • the freight costs of the forwarding agent for transportation to the destination airport in Denmark (up to a body weight of approx. 80 kg) with an airline of our choice. We will also be happy to recommend a suitable funeral director in Denmark.</p


  • Our fixed price is not reduced if individual services are not used.</p


If you require additional services or services that deviate from our offer, this is possible at any time for an additional charge.

What is the procedure?

  1. Fill out our order form and send it to us with the required documents and information by email.

  2. Wait until we have completed all the necessary documents and all other activities and we will get back to you.

  3. You will receive all important documents and information such as AWB consignment note, flight data, photos, etc.

  4. The deceased is duly delivered to the airport and handed over to the forwarding company



To which airports do we transfer the deceased and urns in Denmark?

Every international airport is able to accept bodies and can therefore be approached


In Denmark, for example, the following airports are available

  • Airport Aalborg AAL. The Aalborg Airport Aalborg is the third largest commercial airport in Denmark. ...
  • Airport Aarhus AAR. ...
  • Airport Billund BLL. ...
  • Airport Bornholm RNN. ...
  • Airport Esbjerg EBJ. ...
  • Airport Karup KRP. ...
  • Airport Copenhagen CPH. ...
  • Airport Odense ODE.

How long does it take for the deceased or urn to arrive in Denmark?

As a rule, a smooth transfer of a body to Denmark takes between 3-5 working days.


How high are the costs for repatriation from Denmark to Germany?


If a death occurs in Denmark, we are able to cooperate with our local partners to repatriate the deceased to Germany. This is often associated with very high costs, so it always makes sense to take out travel health insurance.

The total costs are made up of the costs of the funeral director in Denmark, any outstanding treatment costs from the clinic in Denmark, and our services to the desired airport or cemetery.


Will I always be kept up to date with the current status of processing?

Yes, we always handle the transfer of the deceased to Denmark in close consultation with you so that you are always kept up to date. If you do not want this, please let us know in good time.


We are at your disposal at all times and are at your side as an experienced, reliable and competent partner in the event of a body transfer to Denmark.

Telephone +49 (0)89 379 85 331